Many visitors overlook this small, low-key restaurant just down the hill from Britt Gardens—it's a favorite of foodies and locals, and word is out about the artful presentation and innovative style of chef-owner Gabriel Murphy's sophisticated international cuisine. The menu changes regularly, but has featured a tower of roasted beets and chèvre topped with toasted walnuts and a balsamic-truffle reduction, followed by grilled pan-smoked pork chop atop a sweet-potato
pancake with haricots verts and caramelized-onion marmalade. The wine list is small but discerning. If you're in town on a Sunday, do not miss the super brunch.